The issue of performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) has been a topic of debate in various fields, including sports, medicine, and the workplace. As an institution where physical and mental strength are crucial, the military is no exception to this discussion. The potential benefits of using PEDs in the armed forces are enticing if legally obtained. However,
Can You Fight an Accusation of a UCMJ Violation?
United States service members are invaluable for our country and the world. They can sacrifice a lot while serving in the military, including their physical health and time with family. Service members are also subject to more laws than most of their civilian counterparts. Military members must follow all civilian laws, but they are also
What Are Attorneys Called in the Military?
Although civilian lawyers are well known, it is less well known that each branch of the United States military—Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, and Air Force—also has lawyers to complete various tasks required by that branch. These attorneys are called JAG officers and are a part of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, or JAG Corps.
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